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post #6521 of 7108
Crap, my new trigger keyboard doesn't get power fast enough to get into the bios kookoo.gif

Would a bios upgrade do the trick? Or just add power to the keyboard?
post #6522 of 7108
Did you try the usb3.0 port (just guessing here)

Borrow a keyboard from friend and go to bios with it, then in bios change the delay/wait timer* to something higher (can't remember name of setting right now)

Also you could try and see what happens if you use a 2x USB male -> 1x USB female adapter where one of the male is wired for power+data and the other is for power only.

Can't think bios update would help unless *have you changed this value? If so try reset your bios, perhaps the value defaults to something higher than what it is now so you can get to bios then.

All that comes to my mind :/

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Did you try the usb3.0 port (just guessing here)
Borrow a keyboard from friend and go to bios with it, then in bios change the delay/wait timer* to something higher (can't remember name of setting right now)
Also you could try and see what happens if you use a 2x USB male -> 1x USB female adapter where one of the male is wired for power+data and the other is for power only.
Can't think bios update would help unless *have you changed this value? If so try reset your bios, perhaps the value defaults to something higher than what it is now so you can get to bios then.
All that comes to my mind :/
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I forgot to add that I had no problem with my previous keyboard (Logitech G110), it was hooked in the same USB 2.0 port. Also my wireless Logitech keyboard gets into bios :/
I haven't changed anything in the bios. But just to be sure I'll check it out.
I think the 'problem' is with the keyboard, luckily I have a contact at Cooler Master.
Edited by SortOfGrim - 12/5/12 at 12:40am
post #6524 of 7108
Hi, don't quite understand this ME thing, want to upgrade to latest BIOS because of stability issues in windows 8 but need to know if I use the file off the asus site it won't trash my m/b, could someone please explain the ME thing in plain English, I'm from the UK.

Regards Griz
post #6525 of 7108
This freaking samsung memory fly in here (this mother board) man lol...
Im not even at the speeds some people are getting with this sticks and im getting better performance and nice speed and latencys with just @ 2020mhz overclok...


Edited by zGunBLADEz - 12/5/12 at 2:55pm
post #6526 of 7108
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Hi, don't quite understand this ME thing, want to upgrade to latest BIOS because of stability issues in windows 8 but need to know if I use the file off the asus site it won't trash my m/b, could someone please explain the ME thing in plain English, I'm from the UK.
Regards Griz

Does this help?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1304464/intel-management-engine-firmware-should-i-update
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But why Z77 would need this with 2600K/2700K when 2600K doesn't need this with P67?
And in other way, round, why we need this now if this service wasn't there earlier?
If there's unknown device in device list, I can always disable it(like I do to HDMI-sounds) or just not care about it.
I don't like extra processes and certainly I don't like that process count is somewhere or over 60'ish. And I really don't need some program which updates itself w/out my knowledge.

Because with P67 MEI was included with the chipset driver. I'm not sure when they made it separate. If you want to disable a very important communication link between your chipset and power management features, then don't install it.
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This freaking samsung memory fly in here (this mother board) man lol...
Im not even at the speeds some people are getting with this sticks and im getting better performance and nice speed and latencys with just @ 2020mhz overclok...

Yep, it sure does fly. I have mine running at 1866/9-9-9-24-1T
Was running it 2133/10-10-10-28-1T or something like that but for the life of me couldn't get them down to 9-9-9-24-1T or 9-9-9-24-2T.
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post #6528 of 7108
Im priming right now 2hrs into it at those settings..
If it passes the 12hrs i call it a day and keep those settings looking and reading on the samsung official topic im doing awesome...

I wouldnt like to loose my timmings for a 10/10/10 2133mhz specially the 1T XD, specially when im using 16gigs..
Edited by zGunBLADEz - 12/5/12 at 3:39pm
post #6529 of 7108
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Try just ONE stick of memory at a time ... try each stick ONE at a time to test each stick individually ... if reseating CPU and 1 stick of RAM still give you code 34 ... you might have a short in the board ? double check your install ... or better yet run boot test outside of the case, sometimes a metal stand off on the case isn't where you expect it, and causes a short ... also be sure all your PSU connections are correct and in securely.

If you still get 34 ... then yeah you might have to RMA the board, and see the front page on that, the ROG Asus stuff has a better RMA process than the basic Asus stuff.

I tried one stick individually in each slot and still code 34. I reseated the CPU, pulled the CMOS battery, and did the RAM test again and even tried another brand of RAM. I still get code 34. As I am able to access the BIOS I was advised by ASUS to install an OS and see what happens. I did this and I now get code AA when in Windows, but still get code 34 when in the BIOS. In a follow up e-mail from ASUS they said as long as AA shows in Windows it should be OK.

I don't like how they are just waiving over the code 34 when in BIOS mode; but they are the experts. I need to tidy up my case and install some other hardware and software. I will double check my already installed parts and the PSU cabling like you suggested. If everything seems to be working fine after some benchmark tests I will just ignore the code for now and see how things progress in the future.

Thanks for the help!
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Kevin I asked pretty much the same question - I have a 2600K and this was his answer

Ahh, thanks mate. Actually, I'm at ME8 already with 3402. I'm running Win7 x64. So to get the best overclocking capability, is it recommended to downgrade to the initial BIOS release, 0301, and upgrade the ME firmware to the latest?
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